a large bag, basket, etc., especially a large, lightweight piece of luggage with soft sides.
a four-wheeled covered carriage having seats for four persons, usually drawn by one horse.
a passenger automobile or bus having two facing benches running the length of the body.
Historical Examples

“That’s what they get for crowding us out of the carryall,” he said to Coulter and Paxton, who roomed with him.
The Mystery at Putnam Hall Arthur M. Winfield

I procured a carryall at the stable, and drove my mother to the cottage.
Seek and Find Oliver Optic

As the distance is only ten miles, I shall send him over in the carryall after an early tea.
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 68, June, 1863 Various

The husband came up after supper and took them home in a carryall.
A Little Girl in Old Boston Amanda Millie Douglas

The driver of the carryall was so startled that he let go the reins and fell from his seat into the dust of the road.
The Mystery at Putnam Hall Arthur M. Winfield

She jumped out of the carryall and she jumped into the room.
Four Meetings Henry James

Pepper, with the misanthropy of a confirmed dyspeptic, drew the carryall, and ladies sat within it.
A Singular Life Elizabeth Stuart Phelps

He sighed, heavily, and his sigh was echoed from the back seat of the carryall.
Thankful’s Inheritance Joseph C. Lincoln

Jonas stood at the head of the carryall horse, to hold him still while the people should be getting in.
Rollo’s Museum Jacob Abbott

It was of the “carryall” variety, except that it had but a single narrow seat.
Cy Whittaker’s Place Joseph C. Lincoln

a light four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage usually designed to carry four passengers
(US & Canadian) a large strong bag with handles Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) holdall


Read Also:

  • Carrying

    to take or support from one place to another; convey; transport: He carried her for a mile in his arms. This elevator cannot carry more than ten people. to wear, hold, or have around one: He carries his knife in his pocket. He carries a cane. to contain or be capable of containing; hold: The […]

  • Carrying-capacity

    the maximum, equilibrium number of organisms of a particular species that can be supported indefinitely in a given environment. Abbreviation: K. Historical Examples They were usually slow machines, speed being sacrificed in carrying-capacity. Inventions of the Great War A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond noun (ecology) the maximum number of individuals that an area of land […]

  • Carrying-charge

    a charge made for carrying an account, usually computed as a percentage of the principal owed. cost incurred while an asset is unproductive. noun the opportunity cost of unproductive assets, such as goods stored in a warehouse Interest charged on the balance owed when paying on an installment plan, as in What is the carrying […]

  • Carrying-on

    irresponsible, irritating, self-indulgent, or overwrought behavior: The baby-sitter was exhausted from the child’s noisy carrying-on. improper or immoral behavior. Historical Examples What’s all this we hear about your carrying-on this morning? Air Service Boys Flying for Victory Charles Amory Beach There was a newly-married couple in our car, and of course lots of us were […]

Disclaimer: Carryall definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.